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Baby Boom Believers in the 90s by Mike…

Baby Boom Believers in the 90s

by Mike Bellah

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"Mike Bellah, himself a baby boomer, looks at why we boomers expect too much. He finds the roots of the problem in the affluence of the 1950s, the unreality of television, the false promises of advertising, the yuppie mentality, and other sources. More important, he looks at the Bible and its realistic view of the world and what it has to say to an overexpecting generation." [Excerpt from back cover's book review.]

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